Nelson Mandela's health condition remains unchanged+++Bad business for traders in Cameroon+++A special song against HIV in Zimbabwe+++
Kurzwellenhörerin in Afrika
Africalink revisits some of the positive, inspiring and thought provoking stories from the continent aired over the past year. (24.12.2012)
UN Security Council gives green light for intervention force in Mali+++Renewed ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River Delta region leaves more than 30 dead+++Help for Zimbabwe's agricultural sector (21.12.2012)
UN Security Council debates an intervention force for Mali+++South Africa's ANC plans an Integrity Committee to root out corruption+++ UNMIL draw down process in Liberia continues (20.12.2012)
UN warns of a looming famine in South Sudan +++ Malawi's religious groups want to put an end to political party hopping+++ A priest in the Democratic Republic of Congo holds a 100 kilometer long march to promote peace.
Cameroon boosts security after Boko Haram attacks+++ Liberia shuts its borders to contain the spread of Ebola+++On World Hepatitis Day, Ghana's health workers try to spread word about the disease
German woman tourist shot dead in Mombasa+++ Liberian who died in Lagos, Nigeria, on Friday tests positive for Ebola+++AIDS conference wraps up with warning that anti-gay laws are undermining fight against the disease
The UN is warning of a famine in war-torn South Sudan where more than a million people have been displaced. Many can no longer work in the fields in a country where 95 percent of the population depends on farming.
When the oil began to gush, Ghana was determined to avoid the 'resource curse.' But the prosperity many had hoped for in the coastal city of Sekondi-Takoradi has so far trickled down to just a tiny minority.
Cameroon has deployed huge numbers of its military to the northern part of the country following attacks by the Nigerian Islamist sect Boko Haram, who have taken several high profile hostages in the country.
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